Answering the interview question: What does your job involve currently on a daily basis? By Matthew Coppola


The employer has read your resume. They want to hear you talk about your experience. 

Even though the explanation on your resume is descriptive and understandable, when answering this question, you are best to concentrate on what the position your applying for is about and miss all the unnecessary extra information.

It would be unwise to respond by stating everything that is already mentioned on your resume. You want to concentrate mostly on the parts of your current job that relate to the position you are going for.

You don’t want the employer to become uninterested in you.

When talking about your responsibilities and what your job involves, make it interesting and expand on what you do and how the tasks you perform relate to the overall purpose of the position.

Show enthusiasm and interest in what you do. It’s best not to come across uninterested even if you really don’t like what you do for work. Your attitude to work no matter what kind of job it may be, can reflect on you as a person and as a potential employee.

Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions is an Australian based business that assists with CV/Resume writing, addressing key selection criteria and covering letters to help you with give your best foot forward to an employer.

 They also assist with interview skills coaching either face to face or via online video link. For more information, please visit: https://www.clientcentric.com.au/interview-coaching

 Please feel free to visit their website: www.clientcentric.com.au.

 

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Interview coaching for IT professionals delivered by an experienced and knowledgeable coach


Are you in the IT sector applying for work and feel that you really could benefit with some guidance and help with being interviewed for a job? Many interviews these days consist of a panel of interviewers of 2 or more individuals, which may include both the Human Resource Manager and/or the IT Manager/Team Leader. They will most likely ask you a series of questions both behavioural, technical and general type questions to see if you are a good fit for their team and to test your knowledge and capabilities. John Coppola is an interview coach with Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions based in Australia but he also delivers interview coaching for clients overseas.

ABOUT JOHN – INTERVIEW COACH

John Coppola is an Engineering and IT professional with over 30 years experience.

John has had an extensive career in the IT industry in which he has held a variety of technical and leadership roles for a number of major IT companies in Perth, where he has led large mult-disciplinary teams. Staff that he has mentored, guided and supervised range from project managers right through to software engineers. John has worked in software and hardware development. He has managed multi-million dollar bespoke projects for both government and private organizations and has worked extensively in the mining industry. 

He has held many senior roles and personally recruited many staff during his career. He has also managed and mentored many teams and colleagues and is therefore well qualified to provide coaching advice for interview skills.

He understands how an interviewee needs to clearly express themselves to the interviewer in answering both technical and behavioural questions as well as in actually selling themself for the position. 

CONTACT

Please visit www.clientcentric.com.au and contact us today.